What is the ITC Korinna® font?
Korinna first appeared in 1904, introduced by the Berthold foundry into the Art Nouveau period of full-bodied proportions and unusual character shapes.
In 1974, Ed Benguiat and Vic Caruso revived Korinna for the International Typeface Corporation.
Its distinctive flavor and open forms make ITC Korinna ideal for informal display work, such as invitations or menus.
ITC Korinna® Font families
The ITC Korinna® includes the following font families:
- ITC Korinna
- ITC Korinna Kursiv
- ITC Korinna Bold
- ITC Korinna Bold Kursiv
ITC Korinna® Preview
Here is a preview of how ITC Korinna® will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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